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    I might be able to help you out there Glenn, have...

    I might be able to help you out there Glenn, have a tormek at home
  2. Looks very nice Alex but that background...

    Looks very nice Alex but that background distracts from seeing it properly I reckon.
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    Poll: Copy and paste the following in Google exactly as...

    Copy and paste the following in Google exactly as it appears, including the quotes

    "site:woodworkforums.com" cbn
  4. HEADS UP Upper Yarra Museum Crank Up and Wood Chop

    I'll be there and yes it is a great weekend.

    http://www.warburtoninfo.com/webapps/i/74423/302139/Upper-Yarra-Museum-Crank-Up.html

    A bit of something for everyone
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    Before we all go off tangent here and I must...

    Before we all go off tangent here and I must admit I'm leaning towards Tim's answer here.

    Evan can you confirm that you're turning mushrooms end grain to end grain which is the grain running...
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    Not really a lot of welding, as Karl said, stitch...

    Not really a lot of welding, as Karl said, stitch weld it, would take me ten maybe twenty minutes to weld it after tacking it all together with the mig for a 6 or 8 mt beam.
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    A couple of piccies ...

    A couple of piccies

    http://img.tapatalk.com/d/14/03/29/maju6umy.jpg

    http://img.tapatalk.com/d/14/03/29/u7eqeduq.jpg
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    Should be able to pick one up for about $30 or $40

    Should be able to pick one up for about $30 or $40
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    Are you going to the uBeaut do tomorrow? If so...

    Are you going to the uBeaut do tomorrow? If so take the head off the bed and one of us can check it out for you, as NCArcher said, it sounds like it could be the capacitor.
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    My day is clear now so I'll probably make the...

    My day is clear now so I'll probably make the drive down as well :2tsup:
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    Greyhound has sigs turned off so he cannot see...

    Greyhound has sigs turned off so he cannot see the link.

    Here it is https://www.facebook.com/Thingsofclayandwood1?ref=hl
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    I would have to fully agree with that, used to...

    I would have to fully agree with that, used to work for a steel company supplying lintels and the good old 7" grinder was the most efficient beast in the shop for cleaning the ends up once they had...
  13. See the last section on this link...

    See the last section on this link
  14. Helmut, you'd never be able to properly tension a...

    Helmut, you'd never be able to properly tension a 34mm blade on your saw.

    Ive always used a 3/8" 3tpi skip tooth on mine and that is what you would've been using when you've ripped timber on it. I...
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    Could be poplar

    Could be poplar
  16. Coming along nicely Rickey :2tsup:

    Coming along nicely Rickey :2tsup:
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    Maybe the original thread might refresh your...

    Maybe the original thread might refresh your memory :;

    https://www.woodworkforums.com/showthread.php?t=166641
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    Cannot advise on the tractors you've mentioned,...

    Cannot advise on the tractors you've mentioned, but also suggest that you maybe look at a secondhand bobcat, great for doing landscaping work, bigger HP available and can also get a slasher to fit...
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    Is the Sydney Bluegum flat on the bottom or is it...

    Is the Sydney Bluegum flat on the bottom or is it a round such as a log?
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    OK, all I can say is that your operating system...

    OK, all I can say is that your operating system must have been modified somehow, as my Vista puter and every other one that I've laid eyes on has it at the left bottom corner after clicking on the...
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    The bit I've circled in red with the little x in...

    The bit I've circled in red with the little x in it is the search function
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    You're wasting your time guys, Lewis has enough...

    You're wasting your time guys, Lewis has enough trouble loading a image to WWF, let alone trying to install and download torrents, so unless you're there holding his hand and guiding him through...
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    Have you tried contacting Brisbane Saw Service...

    Have you tried contacting Brisbane Saw Service from the sticker on your machine?
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    https://www.woodworkforums.com/f9/tips-cleaning-fin...

    https://www.woodworkforums.com/f9/tips-cleaning-finishing-brushes-111939/
  25. In that case you've been pretty lucky, it can be...

    In that case you've been pretty lucky, it can be a bugger to dry these without major splitting. If you haven't seen any movement in the last six months then I would say they're dry enough.
  26. From those images you've linked to, I very much...

    From those images you've linked to, I very much doubt that they're dry and that they still have a fair amount of drying to do and most likely a fair bit of splitting to still happen.

    How long ago...
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    If it soaked in, it needs more. Once it stops...

    If it soaked in, it needs more. Once it stops taking it up, you've sealed it. I usually use proper end grain sealer and put a minimum of 2 or 3 on and if using paint if nothing else is available 3 or...
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    Is better than nothing but I would've thought...

    Is better than nothing but I would've thought that it'd be too light, depends on what type you've used.
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    I would use webbing and adjustable tensioners...

    I would use webbing and adjustable tensioners rather than steel banding, timber shrinks and you'd be cutting and rebanding the stack if steel bands were used not to mention getting stain from the...
  30. First time I've dealt with this company, but very...

    First time I've dealt with this company, but very happy their service, ordered on their eBay site very late Tuesday nite or early hours Wednesday and received the item lunchtime today.
    ...
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    Like these :cry4: :sayitaintso: :saddest:...

    Like these

    :cry4: :sayitaintso: :saddest: :sad1: :tears:
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    :whs:

    :whs:
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    Was wondering what was happening in regards to...

    Was wondering what was happening in regards to that, is a bummer that you have to fly back home though, hope you get it all sorted ok :2tsup:
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    Looking at roughly 20mm difference between those...

    Looking at roughly 20mm difference between those two sizes from axle to outer edge of tyre, so really comes down to what springs you have in it, I'd be inclined to say that you'd be fine, takes a...
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    Only answering now as Neil (uBeaut) is quite...

    Only answering now as Neil (uBeaut) is quite often busy and cannot often reply till the early hours, but I can tell you that Neil has looked into it numerous times and it isn't as easy as it looks,...
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    Can we get a few more pics of the saw...

    Can we get a few more pics of the saw particularly from the front and also one of the table with something in front of the blade to show that scale of the massive cutting height please.
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    Come on, you should know the rules by now...

    Come on, you should know the rules by now :worthless:
  38. Thread: Photo Prop

    by EX's Timber
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    Done :2tsup: And nice job on the plane,...

    Done :2tsup:

    And nice job on the plane, daughter and lots of new parents will be happy with that :U
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    Sorry Dale, started to reply to your PM the other...

    Sorry Dale, started to reply to your PM the other day but got sidetracked then forgot :doh:

    I can help you out, as previously mentioned I can also bring skates etc to move machinery within...
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    Whoops Ray types faster than me :B

    Whoops Ray types faster than me :B
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    Sorry to ramble on, nothing against you, had a...

    Sorry to ramble on, nothing against you, had a few beers but this sort of attitude gets my goat up. We're expected to put up these shed in all sorts of weather, go out and get all the correct tickets...
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    And just to confirm that $65 a hr, that's just...

    And just to confirm that $65 a hr, that's just for the chainsaw.
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    As I said before, if you're not happy, shop...

    As I said before, if you're not happy, shop around and get a better deal.

    I used to erect sheds, but think three or four time bigger than what you have now.

    Right now I drive a crane truck,...
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    Sorry to say this but that sounds about right. ...

    Sorry to say this but that sounds about right.

    If you're not happy with the price, shop around for a few quotes.
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    What size is the shed?

    What size is the shed?
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    Sounds like Canite

    Sounds like Canite
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    Not to mention that their HZ frequency is...

    Not to mention that their HZ frequency is different as well
  48. IMPORTANT At the bottom right hand side there is an edit...

    At the bottom right hand side there is an edit link, click this and you'll see an option to delete.

    This edit link is usually only available for 24hrs from time of posts being submitted.
  49. Thread: Chainsaws

    by EX's Timber
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    Do you have a link to this Bob?

    Do you have a link to this Bob?
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    Hi Anne, It had been reported and as a result...

    Hi Anne,

    It had been reported and as a result was placed into moderation (not by me) but I have asked for opinions from the Mod Team
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